Earlier this week, the Sierra Club announced that they were signing onto the Alameda Point Vision which was a grassroots effort to develop a consensus vision for the direction of Alameda Point which began before SunCal was even in the picture.
18 months ago, AUSD and the Board of Education received a demographic study for the district from Lapkoff and Gobalet. This study came under a lot of criticism during the Edison enrollment/lottery discussion and I thought it would be interesting to look at how it has faired two years out.
The election is over…well not over, there are still ballots being counted, and Measure P is too close to call and all, but the city council race is done. And what are the lessons to be learned?
AC Transit has a parcel Tax on the Ballot. Vote yes, it needs your support.
A five year financial retrospective of city General Fund financing shows why voting against Measure P might not be the best option. Also: Election Survey results so far.
With the 2008 election less than a week away. Take the 20 second Alameda Election Survey and show off your political acumen.
The Alameda Point Vision will be discussed and next steps for encouraging it’s implementation will be laid out on October 23rd. It’s an easy way to get involved without taking too much time out of your schedule.
The Alameda Point Vision releases its consensus vision statement and has started collecting signatures
The Alameda Daily News makes lot’s of predictions and assertions of supposed fact, but do they get it right?
Edison’s kindergarten enrollment deadline was last Friday. And the damage is…..